Alan Titchmarsh and Louise Dearman to star in ‘At Last, It’s Summer’

An all-star West End cast will take part in the one-night-only charity concert at the London Palladium. The event will raise money for Parkinsons UK.

Sophie Thomas
Sophie Thomas

Summer is just around the corner, so why not mark the occasion with a trip to At Last, It’s Summer. The musical will play for one night only at the London Palladium on 16 April.

Set in 1920s England, At Last, It’s Summer follows a lord as he celebrates his birthday. While new love blossoms, potential relationships and dark secrets shake the house.

Alan Titchmarsh will narrate the show, with a cast including Gerard Carey as Benny, Louise Dearman as Lady Serina Stanwick, Steve Fortune as Sir Garfield Sykes, Rob Houchen as Count Orilov, Katherine Kingsley as Lady Sykes, Kelly Mathieson as Lady Alice Stanwick, Cedric Neal as Gerald, Shannon Rewcroft as Francesa, Joanna Riding as Countless Orilov, Gary Wilmot as Mr Wellbeloved, Mark Wynter as Lord Stanwick, and Jac Yarrow as Archie.

Samantha Bingley, Isabel Canning, Samara Casteallo, Lauren Chia, Julie Cloke, Jordan Cunningham, Philip Day, Nell Martin, Ellie Mitchell, Kody Mortimer, Matt Overfield, Angelo Paragoso, Oliver Ramsdale, Anthony Reed, Chloe Taylor, and Samuel Wilson-Freeman complete the ensemble.

Ian Talbot directs Clive Richard Davis’s debut musical, with a creative team including Larry Blank (orchestrator,) and Jordan Langford (choreographer.)

"The story idea laid fallow in my head for years; a plot to hang some earworm melodies around. That is where it would have stayed were it not for the gentle ribbing of chums who thought it more likely a donkey would win the Derby than that I would finish the thing, with its impossibly convoluted plot. The challenge was set and accepted,” said Davis.

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